Re: Best track of the year so far.

Dermo wrote:

Perfectly comfortable with my mixing ability thanks. I'm not insecure enough to feel the need to post my mixes just to be judged by inferior people who's musical knowledge extends to making tracklists and montages of a radio show. Who only knows what one Dj plays and not 5 minutes ago was sloping around the hippodrome dancefloor to Right said Fred in slip-on black shoes and white towelling socks with a Babycham.

That's you big nose just incase you didn't realise.

All I'm reading here is that Dermo is proper plop in the mix, defo can't beat mix... in fact is Dermo actually James Lavelle? That would explain quite a lot.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

Sorry, Colin Sales, I meant Colin not James... my bad.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

https://soundcloud.com/bedrock_rec/bedd … -m-affkt-1

Yup....still listening to this monster...... out next week!!!!

Re: Best track of the year so far.

zackster wrote:

That's brilliant. Wonky mellow vibes, love it.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

jules72 wrote:

https://soundcloud.com/bedrock_rec/bedd … -m-affkt-1

Yup....still listening to this monster...... out next week!!!!

Thats probably the first proper "Bedrock" release i have heard in a while

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Re: Best track of the year so far.

Dermo wrote:

Perfectly comfortable with my mixing ability thanks. I'm not insecure enough to feel the need to post my mixes just to be judged by inferior people who's musical knowledge extends to making tracklists and montages of a radio show.

Let me get this right; only insecure people post there mixes online?

Re: Best track of the year so far.

https://soundcloud.com/mategreen/kraftw … stop-remix

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Re: Best track of the year so far.

smashdad wrote:
Dermo wrote:

Perfectly comfortable with my mixing ability thanks. I'm not insecure enough to feel the need to post my mixes just to be judged by inferior people who's musical knowledge extends to making tracklists and montages of a radio show.

Let me get this right; only insecure people post there mixes online?

Errr no, although i was gong to say yes just to stir the pot. Nah what I meant by that was I'm not insecure enough to worry about what people think of my mixing by having to post them on request. Stand down Smashy.

Part of the problem

Re: Best track of the year so far.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSq6r_P_x-U

Peak time monster here. Slowed down a bit and this will be a full on no messing about old style prog stomper with a modern feel. It could cut through concrete, no danger.

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Re: Best track of the year so far.

mr day wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSq6r_P_x-U

Peak time monster here. Slowed down a bit and this will be a full on no messing about old style prog stomper with a modern feel. It could cut through concrete, no danger.

Absolute dog shit. Did you read the title of the thread, sir?

DJ Matt Black. Continuously dumbfounding the masses with his cryptic and incoherent reviews.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

I was offended until you finished with 'Sir' I like this track. Reminds me of the Goa raves when I was 18. Yes Sir.

Last edited by mr day (Friday Aug 2013 15:28:50)

Re: Best track of the year so far.

mr day wrote:

I was offended until you finished with 'Sir' I like this track. Reminds me of the Goa raves when I was 18. Yes Sir.


What in 6 years time? Thick as shit, day.

Part of the problem

Re: Best track of the year so far.

Come on Dermo, that was pretty basic, and shoddy at the same time, a cheap shot indeed. Anyway I hope this makes up for my grave error.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGnTPxa7f_g

Last edited by mr day (Friday Aug 2013 16:42:15)

Re: Best track of the year so far.

I think you might be struggling with the concept of the thread.

Part of the problem

Re: Best track of the year so far.

Dermo wrote:
smashdad wrote:
Dermo wrote:

Perfectly comfortable with my mixing ability thanks. I'm not insecure enough to feel the need to post my mixes just to be judged by inferior people who's musical knowledge extends to making tracklists and montages of a radio show.

Let me get this right; only insecure people post there mixes online?

Errr no, although i was gong to say yes just to stir the pot. Nah what I meant by that was I'm not insecure enough to worry about what people think of my mixing by having to post them on request. Stand down Smashy.

Might've preferred it, on balance, if you'd just said, 'yes' and stirred this mythical pot...

All good though.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

mr day wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSq6r_P_x-U

Peak time monster here. Slowed down a bit and this will be a full on no messing about old style prog stomper with a modern feel. It could cut through concrete, no danger.

Thought is was pretty weak. How that slowed down would make anyone stomp?...not really sure that works.

This might make me stomp. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5lTW4PLLYQ

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Wish I was old and a little sentimental.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

Furry on his way round to Mr.Day's house to share some stomping beats.

http://www.carrentals.co.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/chav.jpg

DJ Matt Black. Continuously dumbfounding the masses with his cryptic and incoherent reviews.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

Mine hands down - although I'm starting to kill it..

The future ain't what it used to be.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

seanc80 wrote:

lol

That track is bloody brilliant.. there's some good choices in this thread. Very hard to choose a best track in all honesty.

Last edited by Beats'N'Pieces (Saturday Aug 2013 07:15:35)

The future ain't what it used to be.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

starcreeper wrote:

Furry on his way round to Mr.Day's house to share some stomping beats.

http://www.carrentals.co.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/chav.jpg

LOL

Looks like I need to run that beauty through the wash.

Wish I was old and a little sentimental.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

Beats'N'Pieces wrote:

Very hard to choose a best track in all honesty.

Just steer well clear of anything Furry puts up chief. Unless youre into dated rave music from the Ukraine.

DJ Matt Black. Continuously dumbfounding the masses with his cryptic and incoherent reviews.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

starcreeper wrote:
Beats'N'Pieces wrote:

Very hard to choose a best track in all honesty.

Just steer well clear of anything Furry puts up chief. Unless youre into dated rave music from the Ukraine.

Ha..fair advice though.

I know the track isn't from this year anyway...

Wish I was old and a little sentimental.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

furry wrote:
starcreeper wrote:
Beats'N'Pieces wrote:

Very hard to choose a best track in all honesty.

Just steer well clear of anything Furry puts up chief. Unless youre into dated rave music from the Ukraine.

Ha..fair advice though.

I know the track isn't from this year anyway...

But you would 'stomp' to that, right? Only stomping Id be doing if some cunt played that would be up to the cloakroom with my ticket.

DJ Matt Black. Continuously dumbfounding the masses with his cryptic and incoherent reviews.

Re: Best track of the year so far.

starcreeper wrote:

But you would 'stomp' to that, right? Only stomping Id be doing if some cunt played that would be up to the cloakroom with my ticket.

Which tune do you mean Starcreeper? I think that post 'I would stomp to that' may have being a pisstake..

Last edited by Beats'N'Pieces (Saturday Aug 2013 08:44:01)

The future ain't what it used to be.